For our full range of floral waters, moisturisers and exfoliators, head to the link on our Facebook page.
We’re sure there are more skincare tips than the ones we’ve given you here.
Is there anything you think we’ve missed drop us an email with your tips
Repeat after us
Go on. Stick the kettle on. Are you a tea or coffee person?
We’ve noticed far more people are using baths as self-care during the lockdown. We’ve all experienced that whirring mind where we can’t shake off the pandemic panic. At times like these, you need to pull out the beauty big guns.
Something like magnesium: a mineral that’s proven to strengthen bones, improve muscle and nerve health, balance energy levels, detoxify and help you to sleep.
Epsom Bath Salts include magnesium as one of the main ingredients and added to a bath the salts help you calm jangling nerves. Take a look; take look to our Epsom Bath Salts Link to Epsom Salt
What fills you with good energy? Please share your tips
Parents regularly come into our shops, asking about our products and our commitment to reducing plastic waste. They’re usually under pressure from their children to reduce plastic usage in the house. We love it when parents tell us it’s their children encouraging them to change their ways.
Things like household cleaning products, toothpaste, shampoo and conditioners are often packaged in single-use plastic. Our products aren’t because we avoid it wherever possible. You can view our plastic-free range here.
– Make it easy
Make sure your household bins are easily accessible and help everyone identify them by colour, matching them with the outdoor bins. Children love being given responsibility – giving them a recycling duty like collecting paper will make them feel grown-up and important.
Encourage children to find other uses for recyclable materials. Make your own music shakers. All you need is a kitchen roll tube, paper and sticky tape. Go wild with the decoration.
Turn recycling into a guessing game. Hold up each item you’ve got to be recycled and ask your children which bin it goes into. Lots of praise for getting the right answer!
Get outside and embrace nature. Pack a waste-free picnic by using lunch boxes instead of foil, cling film and plastic bags. Water bottles and flasks for drinks are perfect for carrying soups and thirst-quenching drinks.
Have you got any top tips for getting kids involved in recycling?